Many Apple fans around the world will rejoice today as they get their hands on the amazing new tablet, which features a retina display, quad-core graphics processor, LTE radio (limited availability), and 5 megapixel rear-facing iSight camera – all while retaining the same great all-day battery life. Everything was quite a large step ahead from the iPad 2.
The new iPad was released in the United States last week and we sure took that for granted. What some people forgot was some of the other countries around the world still have not had a chance to get their hands on one of the tablets yet. Starting today at 8 a.m. PST, Apple has officially rolled out availability of the new iPad in 25 other countries globally.
Sales were hot in the United States and the other limited amount of countries that got the new iPad on March 16, now it is time to see how well sales impact these additional countries and discern how it impacts Apple’s wallet.
Joining the list of countries having access to the new iPad today, are:
- Czech Republic
- The Netherlands
- New Zealand